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Currently, cities, districts, communities and regions have numerous challenges to overcome in the progress of digitization.

Advancing urbanization and the associated challenges, including infrastructure, mobility and energy, require a new, networked approach.

On the one hand we have resource-conservation and environmentally compatible action, and on the other hand situation-specific and appropriate decision-making, both require extensive data from many previously isolated systems.

A rethinking of consumption, resources and the environment is more important than ever. However, this requires a lot of data. This data must be collected, processed, visualized and further used to address the following issues, among others:

"Smart Cities & Smart Regions are committed to sustainable & integrated urban development"


The digital transformation offers cities, districts, communities and regions opportunities on the path to sustainable development and aims at the resource-saving, demand-oriented solution of the central challenges of urban development.

* The Smart City Charter supports the implementation of the German Sustainability Strategy and the realisation of the global sustainability goals of the United Nations' Agenda 2030 (Sustainable Development Goals).

What is Digital Transformation?

Digital transformation

Digitalization will continue to change many areas of administration, economy and urban society.

Digital change and adaptation process to a socially acceptable, fair, energy- and resource-efficient smart city, district, community and region

To this end, information and communication technologies are used to link municipal infrastructures, such as energy, buildings, transport, water and wastewater on the basis of integrated development concepts.

Source: Smart City Charta -

We support you in your digital transformation!

We are also available for demonstrations at our branches in Berlin, Darmstadt, Munich, Walldorf or Chemnitz.

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